The Fainting Goat Review



Three different mimosa flavors are on offer, though the champagne levels are high enough that you're largely just picking a color. Alcoholic juice pouches are also available, if you've always wanted to spend 14 hard-earned dollars on a spiked Capri Sun.



Fainting Goat makes the unusual choice of accentuating its small portions by serving them on large plates -- negative space is better suited to art than food, as a general rule. Even within the small portions, the protein is even smaller. If all-bread sandwich bites are your thing, this is the place for you



Our mimosa glasses were never empty, which will go a ways toward looking past a rather charm-free attitude. Unfortunately, that speed drops to zero the moment your table hits its two-hour limit.



Reservations are basically required, which dampens the walk-in spirit, but the packed house and the modern feel of the brick-laden interior fosters a lively experience.

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Via Sophia



A $15 bottomless mimosa charge will always win over our hearts (we are nothing if not on brand), but bringing over elegant individual carafes is a guaranteed swoon.

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